When we talk about resilience at work, we’re talking about sustainable wellbeing *plus* sustainable performance. You need both to be effective. Resilience is a state not a personality trait, so everyone can improve their resilience.
When we asked Australian teachers how they felt about their role in the school workforce in 2022, 73% of them responded negatively, with many using words such as “pressured”, “overworked”, “tired”, and “distressed”.1
Research shows that teachers who are capable of a resilient response are more able to adapt, recover, and continue to perform well in their jobs, even though they may be experiencing change and challenge.
Educators want to be at their best for their students. Whether you feel like you have it “all sorted” or not, you have an opportunity to better understand your resilience at work—and how to maintain it and boost it when required with PeopleBench Professional Learning.
Understand the Resilience @ Work (McEwen 2011) framework and tools and strategies to support your resilience and wellbeing.
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